Why Research Multnomah County Jury Verdicts?
I started this blog on January 1, 2014, to track personal injury verdicts in Multnomah County. I did it for my own curiosity as a trial lawyer and to offer information to clients and potential clients. Every personal injury case tried to verdict in Multnomah County is summarized in this blog. I think part of being a good trial lawyer is being willing to learn from the successes and failures of others. If after reading this blog you have questions about trials or any of the listed results, please call me for a free consultation at 503-546-8812.
Defense Verdict on Rear End MVA
Pliska v. Worland, Multnomah County Case No. 18CV38299
Defendant Worland rear-ended Plaintiff Pliska while Pliska was stopped for a pedestrian. Pliska claimed that the crash caused him soft-tissue injuries to his neck and back as well as prolonged his recovery from a recent stroke. He sought $20,000 for past medical expenses and $75,000.... Read More >>
Defense Verdict is Rear-End 20.080 Case
Casillas Vasquez v. Dempsey, Multnomah County Case No. 19CV17627
Defendant Dempsey rear-ended Plaintiff Casillas Vasquez. Casillas Vasquez claimed that the crash caused him soft-tissue injuries to his neck, back, and shoulder. He sought $10,000 and reasonable attorney fees pursuant to ORS 20.080.
Defendant Dempsey admitted impacting Casillas Vasquez's car but denied.... Read More >>
Defense Verdict I-84 MVA
Hofman v. Naovaransy, Multnomah County Case No. 19CV11393
Plaintiff Hofman claimed that he was driving 45-50 MPH on I-84 when he was rear-ended by Defendant Naovaransy, and the impact caused him to skid out of control and crash into a pole. He claimed the crash caused him soft-tissue injuries to his head, neck,.... Read More >>
Worksite Fall Case
Murray v. P&C Construction Co. et al., Multnomah County Case No. 18CV32214
Plaintiff Murray was a crane operator working for a contractor on a construction project in Lake Oswego. Defendant P&C was designated by the contractor to supervise workplace safety, as was required in the prime contract. There was anticipated bad weather On.... Read More >>